John Bardon aka Jim Branning from... by Dan Hurst
11 comments
Love that lined face.. fabulous drawing Dan!
over 3 years ago
Thanks Marilyn!
over 3 years
Wonderful work again, Dan - I just love your unique style...
over 3 years
Thanks Jolante!
over 3 years
I recognized him straight away as I am an avid fan of Eastenders and have watched it from the beginning. You have captured the character so well.You have great drawing skills and a very strong, wonderful technique.
over 3 years
Thanks Angela, that means a lot.
over 3 years
I don't know who the person is.. but he's so grumpy-looking that I can't help but smile. I'm sure he wouldn't like that!
over 2 years
I think he must have been having a particularly bad day Marianne.
over 2 years
A bit weird not cute either but it has appeal Congratz Dan.
over 2 years
Cheers Col
over 2 years
love it
over 2 years
thank you Nana
over 2 years
nice work
over 2 years
Thanks Copey
over 2 years
wow i dont know how his is either but love the facial expression adn the lined face making him showing his age loveit well done michelle
over 2 years
Thanks Michelle
over 2 years
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Dan HurstI only really got into drawing last year. Artists who inspire me are Robert Crumb, Maurice Sendak, Gilbert and George, Lucien Freud and many of you guys! I love those highly detailed illustrations seen in Victorian novels, particularly those depicting the more squalid side of life! I'll be starting an illustration course In September. One day I'd like to learn how to paint.

Aware as I am that most of my offerings don't really measure up in terms of finesse, care and time spent in execution etc, I am quite pleased how some of them turn out.
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